An 8-oz serving of apple juice has as much sugar as 2 Twinkies, but has no fat or sodium. Choose unsweetened apple juice for less sugar.
Black coffee has little to no sugar or calories, but coffee drinks from coffee shops can be high in sugar. For example, a vanilla latte from Starbucks has 17 grams of sugar.
Campbell's Creamy Tomato Soup is high in sugar, but also has protein and potassium. It is a better option than a Twinkie.
Store-bought muffins are high in sugar. Make your own muffins at home with whole wheat flour, fruit, and nuts for a healthier breakfast.
Yogurt can be high in sugar, but it also has protein and other nutrients. Choose plain yogurt and add your own fruit to control the sugar content.
Granola-based cereals can be high in sugar. Pay attention to the sugar content when choosing a cereal.
Canned peaches in syrup are high in sugar. Choose canned peaches packed in water, frozen peaches, or fresh peaches for a healthier option.
Some granola bars are high in sugar. Check the nutrition label before you buy a bar, especially if you are watching your sugar intake.
Fruit and vegetable juices and smoothies can be high in sugar. While they may be more nutritious than a Twinkie, it is important to watch the sugar content.